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July 2016 (2)

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EllieJayJay Sun 15-Nov-15 09:20:37

Still have a few pages left to go on the original thread, but in case we got chatting created this one a few pages early xx

Gx91 Mon 16-Nov-15 14:30:23

Hey Ellie Iv bounced over so I don't loose this page ! Xx

BumpAndGrind Mon 16-Nov-15 15:43:56

Checking in.

Fourormore Mon 16-Nov-15 16:02:55

Saying hi so I don't get lost!

Vikkijayne2507 Mon 16-Nov-15 16:30:43

saving spot

beckslovestimmy Mon 16-Nov-15 17:47:24

Marking my place on the shiny new thread.

YouAndMeAreGoingToFallOut Mon 16-Nov-15 17:57:18

I think that's the old thread done now!

After my freak out yesterday I've been feeling really sick today. Hopefully a good sign.

AndersArms Mon 16-Nov-15 17:59:09

Checking in smile

HopesAndDreams15 Mon 16-Nov-15 18:00:59

Beaut it hadn't dawned on me about the kids being off for the summer hols for due date...could be interesting... But at least we won't have the school run to tackle each day!

AndersArms Mon 16-Nov-15 18:07:59

The timing is pretty good for me as will be off for DD's school hols so won't have to faff with / pay for holiday club.

Cookiesandcoffee Mon 16-Nov-15 18:14:42

Checking in!
I'm full of fear, I (ideally) really didn't want another summer baby. We weren't supposed to try until Dec/Jan for that very reason. I'm dreading the heat. And two DDS every day to add to the mix. I shouldn't be ungrateful as I'm very happy for my sticky bean. In other news I've just eaten half a pack of sausages blushconfused

Gx91 Mon 16-Nov-15 18:16:13

Lol cookie ! U are eating for two I suppose baby must want them !

Wonder how long it will take to fill this thread haha xxx

Loki17 Mon 16-Nov-15 18:17:08

I'm glad that I'm due on the last day of term too! DH and I are both teachers so he will be off for 6 weeks with me at full pay. DD won't be at school either so I intend to sit and snuggle both my babies whilst dh does the house work grin

BeauticianNotMagician81 Mon 16-Nov-15 18:20:32

Cookie & hopes a summer baby will be lovely. I will be making the most of DH being off for two weeks and making sure we get out loads. Then once he's back to work hopefully I'll manage lots of walks with the children. I may continue sending ds3 to nursery a couple of days a week in the holidays as bad as it may sound at least that way I know he will get to do activities etc. it depends on how well the baby sleeps.

I have a ds1s birthday on Christmas Eve. Ds 2 and 3 are both May, 6 days apart and DHs birthday is the day after my due date. smile

Jem01 Mon 16-Nov-15 18:31:38

The timing is perfect for me too. The main project I'm working on ends in May so I'll be able to wrap up things nicely at work. Plus I've always wanted a Summer baby looking forward to the (hopefully!) good weather and walks in the park!

I've started feeling quite queasy since the weekend but haven't actually been sick yet. I know someone suggested crackers but anything else to help ease this queasy feeling? :-/

Hamsolo Mon 16-Nov-15 18:34:32

Gosh, that was fast. Not a teacher here but my OH has a quiet time in July & August so that will be something to look forward to!

CultureSucksDownWords Mon 16-Nov-15 18:42:40

Hi, just place marking - I'll read the thread properly later :-)

RoTo72 Mon 16-Nov-15 18:46:10

Hi. Found you all lol

EllieJayJay Mon 16-Nov-15 18:58:12

Hope the newbies find their way across smile

My mum was saying with me it was miserable (cheers mother!) as it was November, dark cold and depressing a nightmare to get anything dry limited to going out etc etc and that with my brother (July baby) it was lovely, a bit rubbish during June but said she just sat in a paddling pool for June and then when he did arrive (all 9lbs 10oz!!!) it was nice as she could go to the park with him and was much more pleasant once he had arrived - so I'm quite glad of the July date smile

Very concerned that I may give birth to a small elephant and my vagina may never be the same again but glad on the summer smile

EllieJayJay Mon 16-Nov-15 18:59:44

Ginger gem anything with ginger

BelOfTheBall79 Mon 16-Nov-15 19:00:28

Ooh yes summer babies! I can imagine the heat isn't great but I live up north so hopefully won't be too bad. But will be nice to be able to head out with the little one! grin

EllieJayJay Mon 16-Nov-15 19:01:45

And someone mentioned ice cold Diet Coke (I prefer Pepsi Max) I've not suffered with sickness at all though apart from hunger related queezy ness

RoTo72 Mon 16-Nov-15 19:03:50

Ds was August 2000. And what a scorcher. Plus id preg rash from hell, blisters from my toes to my neck. I used to walk about in my knickers covered in lotion. Was never as uncomfortable in my life. But was nice to get him.out in the mild weather and I used to let him sleep in pram at door, making sure he was in shade and insect net over pram.

HopesAndDreams15 Mon 16-Nov-15 19:05:57

My DH is a landscape gardener so it's his really busy time..I'll be lucky if he takes a day off for the birth!

Gx91 Mon 16-Nov-15 19:28:32

Hopes and dreams - I'm sure he will definatly not miss the birth ! Ul nd him there !
I had an emergency c section with DD after 27 hrs of labour , her heart relate dropped so had to b cut out ( was so glad they just hauled her out was exhausted )
Hoping to have a vaginal birth this time but scared Labour will that long again ! And the scary vagina afterwards lol xxx

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